Kiting


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Kiting

The unlawful practice of drawing checks against a bank account containing insufficient funds to cover them, with the expectation that the necessary funds will be deposited before such checks are presented for payment.

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Snow kiting has been popular in Europe for many years, according to Matt Willett of the Bend Kite Crew, who notes that the sport has become popular in the United States over the past five years or so.
We have entered a number of international competitions as well as some in Kuwait in which we always end up in the 'top five' for biggest or most beautiful kite," said Ali, who hopes the recent display in Bahrain near Muharraq Bridge across from the Radisson SAS Hotel will boost interest in kiting.
But Conwy council is so concerned about the risks of children and adults being struck by speeding buggies or getting tangled in kite lines that it is planning to restrict power kiting along Llandudno's West Shore.
One of the most amazing kiting events takes place in the middle of winter, on a lake, in sub-zero temperatures.